Tam Talks Coupons

True Story Last week I bought 53 items for less than $100 from Harris Teeter!  How did I make that happen? By shopping on sale, using coupons, and using rebates. Let me start by saying, there is more than one way to make couponing work for you, I am just sharing my experience with you […]

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Moms Need Consideration!

Mother’s Day happens every year in May, and it never ceases to amaze me how many people still wait to the last minute to shop for the most important women in their lives.  I’m speaking about myself as well.  So if you, like me, are out there waiting until the last minute to get the […]

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Friday Fajita Fiesta

  In case you hadn’t noticed, today is Cinco de Mayo, and in its honor and also because I love Mexican food, I am going to share with you a quick fajita Slow-Cooker meal that will take you literally no time to whip up.  I love this recipe because everything you need is already prepared, you […]

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What happened to April?

The last time I shared with you, it was March, and now it’s May.  I cannot believe that April evaded me like she did.  Come to think of it, this entire year has been moving along pretty quickly, and I really think I feel some type of way about it. So back to March.  I […]

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Women Are BADASS!

As soon as I logged on to FB this morning, the first post I read was one from one of my girlfriends stating how she was already epically failing at doing the day.  My first thought was whoa, hold up! She’s the mother of two boys, a teacher, and a loving wife… how could she fail at […]

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The Missing Piece…

For the better part of 2016, I have been in a reflective state, and since I have spent most of the year “in my feelings” (as my students would say), my blog while i was busy thinking suffered and so did I.  Why? Because I didn’t get the chance to do what I love which is […]

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As a spouse, what grade do you deserve?

As a teacher, it is my job to assess or grade my students’ work or their ability to perform a skill or meet a standard. However, very rarely do I take the time to assess my ability to perform in the various areas of my life. For instance, as a teacher, I am super reflective […]

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Spilled Gravy

When there is spilled gravy… my fridge with spilled gravy In December, I purchased Marie Kondo’s audio book The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing. Some have referred to her book as the “decluttering bible”, so with a review like that, I knew that I needed it in my life. Since […]

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From Ratchet to Redeemed

I’ll be the first to admit that I am unaware of all the parables in the Bible, and today I learned a new one. When I went to church this morning, Pastor spoke on the subject of being able to start again, as I am sure many ministers did on the first Sunday of the […]

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